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Gates to Work With GOP Sens. on War Message
  A Look at the Costs of Afghan War to US Taxpayers
  Poll Shows Opposition to NATO Troops in Southern Afghanistan
  Roadside Bombs Kill 5 NATO Troops in Afghanistan
US May Increase Israel Aid 'to Encourage Talks'
  Lieberman Pushes Plan to End Israeli Involvement With Gaza
  Israel: Human Rights Obligations Don't Apply in Occupied Territories
US Claims Iranian Scientist Was 'CIA Mole'
  Court: US Erred in Counting Iran Dissidents as Terrorists
73,000 Wordpress Blogs Shut Down by US Govt
  Fox News Reporting a 2nd Christmas Attack, in NYC
  FBI Urges FCC to Protect Its Ability to Wiretap
  US-Born Radical Cleric Added to Terror Blacklist
Sudan Says Troops Kill Hundreds in Darfur
Militants Kill 16 Convoy Passengers in Pakistan
DC’s Spy Establishment in Panic Over Exposé
Somali President Vows to Tackle Insurgency
Congressmen: US Funds Buying Votes in Kenya Referendum
The GOP Chairman Was Right About Afghanistan  by Sheldon Richman
The Rot from Within: Character Disorders of the Republic  by Robert Logan
Terror in Iran: Another Day, Another Atrocity in the World of Dirty War  by Chris Floyd
Killer Drones: Where's the Accountability?  by Nat Hentoff
Losing Kashmir  by Robert Grenier
Homeland Security Mission Creep: 'Intellectual Property Crime'  by Kevin Carson

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Israel Stops Listening to Its Judges
Judges Reject Kosovo Terror Suspect Handover to US
Emergency Committee Based at Old Committee for the Liberation of Iraq
UK High Court to Investigate Iraq Torture Allegations
Survey: US Bombs Killed or Injured 50,000 in Laos
Spy Swap Forced Prosecutors Into Balancing Act
'War on Terror'
BP Admits 'Lobbying UK Over Libya Prisoner Transfer Scheme but Not Lockerbie Bomber'
Scotland Denies BP Link to Lockerbie Bomber Release
Senators Look for Smoking Gun in BP-Lockerbie Link
Norway al-Qaeda Case Highlights Terror Strategy
15 Nations Agree to Start Working Together to Reduce Cyberwarfare Threat
Homeland Security Releases New Funds to Non-Profits
Hamas Rejects Lieberman's Plan
Palestinians: Home Demolitions Hurt Peace Talks
US Says Israel Rocket Shield Will Work
Israelis See Obama as Pro-Palestinian: Poll
The Lawyer Who Hopes Baroness Ashton Can Free Her From Gaza
EU Chief Diplomat to Visit Gaza, Meet Mideast Leaders
Iran Attempts to Link US to Suicide Bombings That Killed 28
Sunni Group Claims Iran Mosque Blast
Obama: Iran Mosque Bombing Outrageous, Intolerable
Iran Guard Firm Pulls Out of Gas Development Deals
Iran's President Now Aims at Rivals Among Conservatives
Poll: Most Iraqi Voters Expect Failure to Form the Government
Some Worry About Abuse as US Hands Over Final Detention Center to Iraq
Barzani Says Kurdistan Nation Should Have Its Own State
Legions of Iraqi Squatters Grow Even as War Recedes
Army Officer Injured by Gunmen in Baghdad
Bomb Kills 2, Wounds 10 in Hilla
Friday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 9 Wounded
Lebanon Arrests Third 'Telecom Spy'
Lebanon Is Booming but No End to Power Outages
Middle East
Rights Group Says 'No Freedom, No Rights' in Syria
Turkey Unveils Its Own Drone Plane for First Time
Kenyan Police Arrest Suspect in Uganda Bombings
Uganda Ready to Send More Troops to Somalia
Rwandan Refugees Forced From Uganda, UN Says
Sudan Referendum Is Key to Progress, US Special Envoy Says
Prosecutor Wants to Stop Congolese Militiaman's Release
UN Urges Full Probe Into a Rwandan Opposition Leader's Death
Mexican Drug Cartels' Newest Weapon: Cold War-Era Grenades Made in US
In Cuba Spy Case, Man Gets Life, Wife 81 Months
NATO Airstrike Kills Taliban Commander, Police Say
Poor Grades to Watchdog for Afghan Reconstruction
NATO Does Not See Fallujah-Like Battles in Afghanistan
Afghan Soldier 'Acted Alone' in Killing British Troops
Three Italian Soldiers Injured in Afghan Gunbattle
Pakistan, India Joust After Peace Talks Deadlock
Clinton Heads to Pakistan to Discuss Its Crucial Afghan Role
Blast in Pakistan's Khyber Kills Eight
Taliban Dynamite Two 'Spies' in North Waziristan
India Says Pakistan Must Punish Mumbai Attackers
India Plays the Tibet Card
Curfew Imposed Again in Most of Indian Kashmir
In Kashmir, Stone Throwers Face Off With Indian Security Forces
75,000 People Still Displaced in Kyrgyzstan One Month on From Violence
Kyrgyzstan Leader Agrees to OSCE Police Mission
Security Summit to Focus on Kyrgyzstan
Germany and France Demand International Probe Into Kyrgyz Unrest
North Korea Tests US 'Strategic' Patience
South Korea, US to Stage Series of Naval Drills: Ministry
North Korean Poster Depicts a Ship Suffering an Eerily Evocative Attack
Myanmar Junta Support Group Splits
Recalled UN Envoy to Return to Sri Lanka
Bishop Killed in Russia's Dagestan
Rights Activists Doubt Moscow's Explanation
Russia's Duma OKs More Power for Security Service
UK Antiwar Protesters Lose Eviction Appeal
Conscription, a Staple of Germany’s Post-War Identity, May Be on the Way Out
US Military
Schwarzenegger Mobilizes National Guard to Border
US Closes Guantanamo Beach Where Marines Drowned
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Why Do We Still Have Troops in Korea?

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Soccer Bombing Should Not Prompt More US Meddling

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Dark Legacy of Gen. McChrystal

Nebojsa Malic
Srebrenica: The Sacred Lie

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Executive Privilege

David R. Henderson
Supreme Mediocrity

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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